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Alf is the debut studio album by British singer-songwriter Alison Moyet, released in 1984. The album launched Moyet's solo career following the disbanding of synthpop duo Yazoo (also known as Yaz). The album reached No. 1 in the UK and features the singles "Love Resurrection", "All Cried Out", "Invisible" and "For You Only".

In 1983, shortly before the release of their second studio album You and Me Both, Yazoo announced that they were splitting up. Deciding to become a solo artist, Moyet soon received various offers from different record companies. Moyet ended up signing to CBS for £1 million later that year. However, after signing the contract, Yazoo's American record company Warner Bros then put an injunction on her. The legal issues took a year to be resolved by settlement in 1984. When Moyet was able to start working on her debut album, a meeting was held with CBS. As both Spandau Ballet and Bananarama had been recently successful in the charts, the label suggested Moyet team up with their producers Tony Swain & Steve Jolley.[3]

  • Artist : Alison Moyet
  • Genre : Pop, Synth Pop
  • Publication date : 1984
  • Label : CBS
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  • Format : CD
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  • 9 pistes 37:51
    1 Love Resurrection 3:52
    2 Honey for the Bees 4:12
    3 For You Only 4:06
    4 Invisible 4:00
    5 Steal Me Blind 3:18
    6 All Cried Out 6:50
    7 Money Mile 3:44
    8 Twisting the Knife 3:28
    9 Where Hides Sleep 4:17